A family saga and inspirational western story highlights God’s activity and man’s partnership with Him.
This prequel to Miracle at Caller’s Spring Ranch and Return to Caller’s Spring Ranch, tells the story of generations of the Reese family, Quakers who came to America to live out their destiny and be examples of God’s love.
Mike and Aileen Reese sailed from Wales to America to begin a homestead in east Tennessee. Jed, their son, and his wife Sadie, go west, along with other family members, to settle on the Wyoming frontier where they started a trading post. Son Gus Reese was born at Horse Creek and becomes a legend of the Great Plains as a famous Pony Express rider at age fifteen. He brokered peace among soldiers during the civil war, and between the Indians of the Plains and the U. S. government.
The trading post at Horse Creek becomes more than a place where supplies are bought and services rendered, it becomes an outpost of heaven as lives are impacted for God.
This book for all ages is a powerful story of overcoming adversity, leaving a legacy, and discovering God’s plan for you in the place where you live.